Tuesday, January 29, 2008

White Christmas

Hello!!! I'm home after a very busy and fun trip to Ohio! I was afraid that I wouldn't be able to post while I was gone, so I left you with the (below post - make sure to check it out!) Naptime Nuggets. Thanks to those of you who have inquired as to my well-being, over the past few days! Feels good to be missed!!! :) I DID make it to a couple scrapbook stores, and picked up just a COUPLE of things. I HATED to not get some paper, but I didn't want it to wrinkle on the plane. SO, did I miss anything?!?

For this card, I stamped a little early Christmas card with one of my new Elzybells. (I have some new ones from the latest release, but I'll have to wait to get them inky!) This is a 4 1/4 square card. You'll have to take my word for it on this one that she's way cuter IRL. You can't see any of the shimmer from the pic!

Well, I'm off to watch some Curious George with my little guy. We're both sick (I'm SO never going back to Ohio in winter - we've lost our "hardiness"! LOL), so we're going to take it easy tonight.

Remember, comments close tonight at midnight EST (even if it allows you to make one), and I'll announce the winner tomorrow.


Fine Print...
Stampin' Up! (Wasabi, Sky, Pomegranate) and Papertrey Ink Cardstock, Cuttlebug, Snowflake folder, Copic Markers, Spellbinders dies, A Muse Twinkle Stickers, Stardust Pen, Ink - Palette Noir, SU! ribbon; Stamps - Elzybells


  1. So, so so cute!

    Many Blessings,

  2. Welcome home!!!! You were missed. Adorable card!!!

  3. this card is so cute! thank you for the reminder to get going on my Christmas card challenge cards. I've been so busy making Valentines that I forgot!

    Being that I'm living in Ohio, I sure do understand about the cold! wind chills are below zero right now, but more ice than snow on the ground. hope you and your family recover soon! sending prayers for quick healing your way!! :)

  4. Whenever I go on a plane, I bring a plastic paper keeper, just in case I see some paper I "need"! I also take on to expos so my paper doesn't get wrinkled.


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